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BULLETIN OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
AN AFTERNOON STROLL BY WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE
PURCHASED BY THE FRIENDS OF AMERICAN ART FROM THE GOODMAN FUND
November 8, 191 7 — January 2, 191 8, inclusive — Thirtieth annual exhibition of
American Oil Paintings and Sculpture.
November 8 — December 2, inclusive — Twenty-fifth annual exhibition of china
painting by the Atlan Ceramic Art Club.
November 15 — December 8, inclusive — (1) Exhibition of ancient Chinese paintings,
sculptures, and jade objects, lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer of Detroit.
(2) Exhibition of ancient Chinese pottery lent by Mr. Dikran G. Kelekian
of New York.
January 8, 191 8 — February 7, inclusive — The Art Institute of Chicago Alumni
February 14 — March 18, inclusive — Twenty-second annual exhibition of works
by artists of Chicago and vicinity.